Keiko Fujimori describes his detention in Peru as unfair and arbitrary


Lima.- Keiko Fujimori, a leader of the jail, said the 36-month-long detention was injured and arbitrary, which he was charged with corruption on Thursday, Thursday.

"On Wednesday, October 31, without finishing the pre-trial detention hearing, the judge decides wrongly to make a decision for me", says the letter broadcasted by Keiko Fujimori's Twitter account, outlined the AFP.

"So in an arbitrary way, without keeping the right procedure open, he decides to punish him with 36 months' detention," he said.

Head of the Opposition People's Force He released his father Alberto Fujimori (1990-2000) who was swallowed in politics and he judged him persecuted by the justice.

"You are not guilty of deciding to enter politics," he replied to his father, who on Friday apologized for being involved in politics.

"I believe I respect the right procedure and the presumption of innocence," he added.

Keiko, 43, has been held in a female jail in Chorrillos on Thursday, a 1992 Lima landmark district built by his father in 1992, accused by the Odebrecht Brazilian construction company for having illegally contributed to the 2011 campaign.

On Saturday, she visited her mother Susana Higuchi, her sister Sachi and her eldest daughter.

Keiko, from a shadow to the Peruvian congress, turned out in a group chat, but his monolithic party fell into an internal crisis when he was in the truth of the truth.

The opposition leader had been "detained" for a week, but the court of appeal issued on 17 October.

Fight against corruption

President Martín Vizcarra urged anti-corruption fight against "threats and shields" on Friday when he was President of Pedro Gonzalo Chávarry and former President Alan García (1985-1990 and 2006-2011). "We fully respect the Constitution and the division of power," he added.

Chávarry said that prosecutor José Domingo Pérez, who had asked Keiko's jail, the "coordinated government" while Garcia claimed that Vizcarra "politicized the truth".

The prison threatens the leader's ambition for 36 months to start in 2021 for the third time.

In the case of the Odebrecht case, four former President of Peru, including Alan García and Ollanta Humala (2011-2016), were also examined. The latter was detained for nine months, just like his wife, Nadine.

Keiko and the four former applicants deny the charges, although prosecutors use the testimonies of Odebrecht officials who are now cooperating with the justice system.

Fuerza Popular, who prevailed in Congress, sought to "shield" Chavarry and dismissed Supreme Court Judge César Hinostroza, who was arrested two weeks ago in Spain after they had fled to Peru.

Vizcarra asked the public prosecutor to stand aside. instead Chávarry threatened to resign because of a controversial contract, which was later canceled when a 2016 airport was built when Vizcarra was the Minister of Transport.

Judge Richard Concepcion Carhuancho, who sent Keiko to jail, continues the hearing for seven months to resolve the line of 10 defendants who have been sent a 36-month pre-trial detention.

The corruption scandal surrounding the Odebrecht company is wreaking havoc on the former chairmen Alejandro Toledo (2001-2006), who escaped to the United States, and Pedro Pablo Kuczynski (2016-2018), who resigned in March, allegedly lied about his relationship with the Brazilian company.


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